The unprecedented historical circumstances of the 21st century, manifest in climate change, technological disruptions effects and advances in biotechnology, present new challenges and dilemmas for humanity. Along the country, for example, there is a need to propose new governance schemes, fight against poverty and fight against corruption. We also need mechanisms to address exponential technological change and its multiple effects, such as its impact on the future of employment and on technological inclusion.

The Master's degree in Government and Public Transformation responds to the urgency of forming leaders who work for the solution of the most important public problems facing our country and the entire world.

The objective of the program is to train professionals who will:

  • Create sustainable public enterprises that improve public life at local, national or global level.
  • Build teams and deploy projects that involve analysis techniques, advanced statistics and evidence-based predictive to make better decisions in the public or private sector.
  • Make prospective projects that will help the public and private sector to evaluate the technological, socio-economic and cultural changes of the future of their environments.
  • Public servers who want to contribute with innovative initiatives to their work within the   Government.
  • Citizens with an exceptional and proven record in public transformation processes, that require key skills or resources to realize their vision of change.
  • Professionals who want to increase their global view of public innovation and who have worked, ideally, in the following areas: companies and social enterprises, international organizations or Government and public organizations.

Comply with the comprehensive evaluation required in the admission process, through an interview conducted by the admissions committee of the graduate program. In addition, the following is necessary:

  1. Simple copy of the Bachelor´s degree Certificate where the following information is indicated:
    1. The overall GPA.
    2. Completion date of all the subjects of the study plan.
  2. Simple copy of the Bachelor´s degree.
  3. Motivation letter or essay in which the candidate explains the reasons for his or her interest in the program, his or her potential contribution to it and the area in which he or she wishes to develop professionally.
  4. Curriculum vitae.
  5. When applicable, submit two letters of recommendation in the institutional format, from employers or professors.
  6. When applicable, take the Postgraduate Studies Admission Test (PAEP), and obtain at least 500 points in the adaptive version or its equivalent in other exams authorized by the Institution.
  7. When applicable, obtain at least 550 points in the TOEFL exam or its equivalent in the other exams authorized by the Institution as an instrument to assess the sufficiency of English language proficiency.

*The admission process may change without prior notice from the Admissions Committee

**Admission is the first step: then you can enroll in your graduate program of interest.

The Tecnologico de Monterrey seeks to integrate a new generation of students in all its graduate programs who have completed their undergraduate studies and are distinguished by being: talented, enthusiastic people, committed to the development of their environment and to the well-being of society; people who have the potential to successfully complete their graduate program and become leaders with entrepreneurial spirit, human sense and internationally competitive.

Therefore, for admission, the applicant participates in a comprehensive selection process that considers:

  • The result of the Admission Test for Postgraduate Studies (PAEP).
  • The overall grade point average for professional level studies.
  • Each School may have additional requirements.




Escuela de Gobierno y Transformación Pública Santa Fe




Once completed the Master's Program, the graduate will be able to:

  • Identify entrepreneurship opportunities in different contexts, through a validation process.
  • Identify entrepreneurship opportunities based on problems, aspirations, desires, trends or unmet needs.
  • Detect problems and create entrepreneurship solutions integrating information from specialized sources.
  • Generate innovative and valuable solutions to environmental issues, through an ethical framework and a methodological process of feasibility, in national and regional contexts.
  • Develop and validate functional prototypes through an analysis of economic feasibility and technical feasibility.
  • Analyze problems with an integrated vision, conceiving reality as a set of interconnected systems.
  • Hierarchy variables to define the innovation path exploring different systemic models.
  • Propose solutions to complex problems and projects integrating knowledge, experiences and methodologies of other disciplines, interest groups and cultures.